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15 Jul 2011 (All day)

Paul and Vanna Carter celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary recently with their family in Park City, Utah. Each of their children and spouses along with all grandchildren and great grandchildren were able to attend the weekend of fun with the exception of two grandsons serving LDS missions and a deceased great-granddaughter. The group were able to watch the U.S. Olympic Aerial Freestyle Show at Olympic Park as well as other daytime activities such as riding the alpine coaster, frisbee golf at the top of the ski runs, and a family dinner hosted by their children at the Park City Grill.

15 Jul 2011 (All day)

 

John and Meredith Kartchner will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Thursday, July

21 sl with an open house at the home of Bishop Tyler and Melissa Quigley at 4011 Lilac Ln.(The

Cottonwoods, Phase 1) in Mountain Green from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. They were married in the

Manti Temple on July 25, 1961.

15 Jul 2011 (All day)

Quenton James Palmer, 85, passed away on July 8, 2011, after a short illness. He was born on February 2, 1926, to James Thomas and Fern Lowe Palmer in Morgan, Utah. He graduated from Morgan High School. Shortly after graduating, he enlisted in the Navy and served his country during World War II. After his honorable service, he returned home and married his sweetheart, Barbara Joy Whitear on April 16, 1948. They are the parents of three children, Cheryle (Randall) Manning, Wendy (Larry) Farr, and Gary (Kathi) Palmer. He was an accomplished organist  and served his church for many years in this capacity. With his wife, he served an LDS mission in Dallas, Texas. His pride and joy were his grandchildren and great-grandchildren, all of whom will miss him very much. He is survived by his wife, Barbara; sister, LaDawn (Keith) Toone; brother, Garth (Joyce) Palmer; his three children; thirteen grandchildren; and seventeen great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, one sister, and two grandchildren.

15 Jul 2011 (All day)

Quenton James Palmer, 85, passed away on July 8, 2011, after a short illness. He was born on February 2, 1926, to James Thomas and Fern Lowe Palmer in Morgan, Utah. He graduated from Morgan High School. Shortly after graduating, he enlisted in the Navy and served his country during World War II. After his honorable service, he returned home and married his sweetheart, Barbara Joy Whitear on April 16, 1948. They are the parents of three children, Cheryle (Randall) Manning, Wendy (Larry) Farr, and Gary (Kathi) Palmer. He was an accomplished organist  and served his church for many years in this capacity. With his wife, he served an LDS mission in Dallas, Texas. His pride and joy were his grandchildren and great-grandchildren, all of whom will miss him very much. He is survived by his wife, Barbara; sister, LaDawn (Keith) Toone; brother, Garth (Joyce) Palmer; his three children; thirteen grandchildren; and seventeen great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, one sister, and two grandchildren.

15 Jul 2011 (All day)

Jeanine Eileen Baker Gruber, 66, passed away July 9th, 2011 from complications due to Aplastic Anemia.  She was born Sept. 7, 1944 in Long Beach, Ca.  Jeanine was loved by all of her 8 children, 21 grandchildren and 14 Great grandchildren.

15 Jul 2011 (All day)

 

MTN. GREEN - K. Earl Ericksen, 87, passed away, July 12, 2011 at McKay-Dee Hospital.  

He was born May 22, l924, to Vernal and Anita Stringham Ericksen, in Manti, Utah.

On January 28, l948, he married Gretta Griffiths in the Logan LDS Temple.   Earl was an avid sportsman.  He played basketball, won a high school state doubles tennis championship as well as played tennis for BYU, and pitched semi-professional baseball throughout Utah and Wyoming.  Many family vacations were spent hunting and fishing.   

15 Jul 2011 (All day)

The Morgan County School Board struggled on Tuesday night to find a solution to a shortfall of more than $100,000 in transportation funds caused by the increase in fuel costs.  The largest challenge is the overruns caused by picking children up for school and dropping them off.  A secondary issue is the number and length of trips taken by activity organizations (sports, band, choir, etc) and field trips at the elementary and middle school.

15 Jul 2011 (All day)

K. Earl Ericksen, 87, passed away, July 12, 2011 at McKay-Dee Hospital.  Ericksen served on the Morgan County School Board for more than twenty years.  He was still serving and lending his insight and vast experience on the school board at the time of his death.  

15 Jul 2011 (All day)

On Saturday July 23rd twenty-nine cowboys and cowgirls from every county in the state of Utah will take center stage at the Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo to be honored for their outstanding contribution to the preservation of Utah’s cowboy culture today and for future generations.  The individual selected from Morgan County is Rodney Haslam.

8 Jul 2011 (All day)

On June 19th-24th Owen Pentz competed in the Western Regional Wrestling Tournament in Pocatello, Idaho. There were 13 states that competed in this tournament. Owen competed in 3 styles: Folkstyle, Greco Roman, and Freestyle. Owen Placed 1st in all 3 styles winning 3 Gold Medals, The Triple Crown award, and the outstanding wrestler belt buckle. There were 130 kids from Utah that competed. Out of that 130 there were 3 that received these awards; Owen was one of these 3. 

8 Jul 2011 (All day)

Marie’s Messengers of Hope would like to thank everyone who helped make this years Marie McQuiddy Daley Memorial Softball Tournament a huge success. A special thanks to all the teams that participated, the scorekeepers, and to our sponsors: Carrigan Motors, Boyce Construction, Little & Sons Electric, Multiple Concrete, Morgan Valley Metals, Woodscape, Ace Fab & Welding, Errol Nelson, Farmer’s Insurance, Larry’s Spring Chicken Inn, Wilkinson Construction and Morgan Valley Polaris.

8 Jul 2011 (All day)

 

2011 Morgan County Sheriff’s Office reports the following activity for

June 26th thru July 2nd, with a total of 153 calls:

8 Jul 2011 (All day)

 

This last week my mother-in-law passed away.  She was like a second mother to me.  I will miss her tremendously.  We lived next door to her for nearly ten years.  She was my wife’s best friend.

As I thought about her  this week I considered the impact she has had on her family.  Verlene taught her children about the most important things in life.  She was not a genealogist, but rather was a family historian.  She shared stories of her ancestors that taught her children the most important lessons in life.  

8 Jul 2011 (All day)

Harvey J. Porter, formerly of Henefer will celebrate his 100th birthday this week.  He was born July 12, 1911 in Salt Lake City to Warren W. and Susan L. Florence Porter.  He married Faye Nielson on September 30, 1935 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.

8 Jul 2011 (All day)

 

Elder Carson James Baltazar, son of Jeff and Norma Jean Baltazar of Mountain Green, has been called to serve in the Quito, Ecuador Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  He will speak in the Rosehill Ward (4150 W. Old Highway Road) on Sunday, July 13th at 10:50 a.m.  He will enter the MTC on July 13th.

8 Jul 2011 (All day)

 

-MORGAN- John Paul Swanger- beloved son, brother, uncle and friend passed away June 29, 2011 at his home in Morgan, Utah.

He was born May 17, 1948 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Arthur John and Merle Blackburn Swanger. He graduated from South High School. After some vocational training he went to work at Hill Air Force Base where he was employed for over 36 years.

8 Jul 2011 (All day)

he county council has been negotiating with the developers of Rollins Ranch for many months.  The owners of lots in the subdivision are caught in the middle of this ongoing problem of an unfinished subdivision that has not been accepted by the county, but has homes that have been constructed.  

8 Jul 2011 (All day)

July 4th was a huge success as the Riverside Park filled with people from all across the valley as well as from out of town. The day started at 7:00 A.M. with the Morgan High School Volleyball team volunteers cooking up a scrumptious breakfast for all the holiday goers to enjoy. They served well over 650 breakfasts; the line seemed to be continuous until about 9:00 A.M.

7 Jul 2011 (All day)

Morgan County Fair Royalty contest is coming up on Monday August 1,2011. This is the 100th anniversary of the Morgan County Fair, a special year indeed. Young ladies from around the county have been getting ready to compete for the chance to win one of the royalty positions. The girls are divided into groups according to age/grade in school. The judges will conduct private interviews with each contestant at 9:00am. The public is invited to attend the contest at 10:30 am at Morgan Elementary School. Each girl will present a short speech, modeling, and answer impromptu questions. The contest will then move to the Morgan County Fairgrounds at 2:00pm where the girls will compete in the horsemanship portion. 

1 Jul 2011 (All day)

1 Jul 2011 (All day)

 

Mountain Green has so many beautiful vistas to climb and many road bicyclist find there paths leading through trappers loop and the surrounding areas. A passion for biking stirred new Owner’s Ryan Pace and his wife DeeDe Waldron Pace to purchase the Needles Peak Ski and Bike Shop in Mountain Green at 4883 West Old Hwy. Rd.

1 Jul 2011 (All day)

 

The Morgan Conservation District presented Morgan High School graduate, Ethan Porter, a $500 scholarship. Porter plans to attend Weber State University in the fall of 2011 and work towards a degree in Pre-Veterinarian Medicine. With Porter’s extensive background in FFA, as well as his experiences with Utah Cattleman’s Association and American Angus Association, he is a well-qualified recipient, with a promising future. The District’s annual scholarship is awarded to an outstanding student who intends to pursue a career in agriculture, natural resources or a related field.

1 Jul 2011 (All day)

“To make the best better”, is the 4-H motto. It’s also the feeling conveyed when talking with Jessie Franich about her 4-H Horse riding Club. Jessie has been a 4-H leader with the riding club “The Wet Blankets” since 1980. How the name came to be, she remembers, “When the kids were working on a name for the club, they thought when a horse works hard the blanket gets wet. Wet blankets make good horses.”

1 Jul 2011 (All day)

 

2011 Morgan County Sheriff’s Office reports the following activity for

June 19th thru June 25th, with a total of 134 calls:

1 Jul 2011 (All day)

 

Public Hearing Opening and Adjusting the Current Year Budget

John Lynn – Lynn asked a question about the city’s shortfall vs revenues that had previously been reported.  The council confirmed that they had made adjustments to cover the shortfall.

1 Jul 2011 (All day)

 

An Eagle Scout Project of Brandon and Jake Anderson brought together Peterson residents last Saturday to do a neighborhood clean up.

1 Jul 2011 (All day)

 

 

1 Jul 2011 (All day)

Last week we had a copy customer come in and ask to use our computer to pull up the file they wanted to print from Dropbox.  This was a first for us, but I think not the last time it will happen.  I was reading a blog post about Dropbox and why the author no longer carried flash drives.  It got me thinking about the fact that I rarely use flash drives anymore.

1 Jul 2011 (All day)

Last week we had a copy customer come in and ask to use our computer to pull up the file they wanted to print from Dropbox.  This was a first for us, but I think not the last time it will happen.  I was reading a blog post about Dropbox and why the author no longer carried flash drives.  It got me thinking about the fact that I rarely use flash drives anymore.

1 Jul 2011 (All day)

You may wonder as you read the title if this is another country we’re fighting or think I spelled Iraq wrong, but this is about the war zone of IREQ, sounded out and meaning (I WRECK!)

1 Jul 2011 (All day)

The children and grandchildren of Keith and Faye Donna Little honored their parents and grandparents on Saturday, June 25th in Ogden. They were celebrating Keith and Faye Donna’s 65th wedding anniversary.

1 Jul 2011 (All day)

 

Family Tree Assisted Living of Morgan would like to invite the family and friends of Harvey Porter to celebrate his 100th birthday. The celebration will take place at The Fmaily Tree from 2-4 on Tuesday, July 12th. RSVP is a must by July 8th. 801-829-4404.

1 Jul 2011 (All day)

 

Family Tree of Morgan would like to invite family and friends of Gert Willougby, Zella Dunyon , and Irene Millar to celebrate their combined birthdays. We will celebrate Sat. July 30th, 2-4pm. Please RSVP to 801-829-4404 by July 27th.

1 Jul 2011 (All day)

 

Elder Jacob William Ure, son of John and Cathy Ure of Milton, has been called to serve in the Colombia Bogota North Mission. He entered the MTC on April 13 and left for Colombia on June 15. Jacob is a member of the Milton Ward.

1 Jul 2011 (All day)

 

The return of warmer weather has resulted in the dams in the area flowing over their spillways.  This week Lost Creek, Echo, and East Canyon all began flowing over their spillways.  The cooler temperatures of the last several weeks have, so far, moderated the flooding effects and the rivers are below the peak levels of a few weeks ago.  There remains significant snow pack in the mountains, however, so continued warm weather or significant rainfall could cause flooding again in the county.  Emergency management director, Terry Turner commented that many in the county feel that the danger of flooding is past, but that concern still remains for the next several weeks as the snow continues to melt.

1 Jul 2011 (All day)

The 2011 Morgala Days Queen is Kacee Waldron, daughter of Rex and Suzi Waldron. Kacee follows a long legacy of Morgala Days Royalty including her mom, aunts, and cousins. She expressed a special thank you to her parents, family, and friends for all the support. Kacee also received the Personality and Appearance prize.

1 Jul 2011 (All day)

It was a somber atmosphere in the courtroom as Garth Day entered with his attorney, Amy Hugie.  As U.S. Magistrate Judge Samuel Alba read each one of the six charges aloud to him, Day responded with a weak and barely audible whisper.  With each charge presented to the defendant, the judge confirmed that Day understood it and also , understood that the government is required to prove their case against him beyond a reasonable doubt.  Day was also informed that if he changed his plea to guilty, he would waive his rights to a trial and therefore relieve the government from having to prove their case.  In each case Day responded in the affirmative.

24 Jun 2011 (All day)

 

Several waters in Utah should provide good fishing when the July 4th weekend rolls around.

As the weekend gets closer, you can stay updated on where fishing is the best by reading the Division of Wildlife Resources’ weekly fishing report.  The report is available at www.wildlife.utah.gov/hotspots.

You can also receive the free reports via email by subscribing to them at www.wildlife.utah.gov/e-lists/subscribe.php.  

24 Jun 2011 (All day)

Nationally, high school sports are still increasing in the number of participants that plays yearly.  It has increased every year for the past 16 years with 2010-11 being the most ever.  That trend is also prevalent at Morgan high School.  If sports are so important, one has to ask the question why?   Is it because people value the sports or is it what the sports program can teach our youth?  It seems to be the social, emotional and intellectual satisfaction that is gained by the participants.  The true purpose of high school sports is to serve the complete educational needs of all students.  The preeminent purpose is to harness discipline – desire – and commitment of all individuals involved.  Another lesson that cannot be over looked is that responsibility comes with the privilege of playing.  Morgan High School now offers 20 sports and activities sponsored by Utah High School Activities Association.  As administrators we know there are other benefits that come to students who participate that include having higher GPAs, better attendance, lower dropout rate, and fewer discipline issues.   At Morgan High School our goal is to employ people that are double goal coaches, which not only coach the sport but teach life lessons as well.  In the world of high school sports emotions can and often run high.  Our coaches are encouraged to teach, practice, and model good sportsmanship.

24 Jun 2011 (All day)

 

2011 Morgan County Sheriff’s Office reports the following activity for

June 12th thru June 18th, with a total of 142 calls:

24 Jun 2011 (All day)

Attending: Chairman Tina Kelley, Members Howard Hansen, Don Mathews, Ronda Kippen, Robert Kilmer, Ned Mecham, Lyle Nelson

24 Jun 2011 (All day)

BrightSolid is a British company that is beginning to become a serious player in the online genealogical community.  They are owned by DC Thompson, a private British company who has been in the publishing industry for many years.  They entered the world of online family history with Scotland’s People.  Scotland’s People is the best online site for Scottish research.  They have great indexes and images to help with Scottish family history work.

24 Jun 2011 (All day)

The 2011 Morgala Days Queen is Kacee Waldron,daughter of Rex and Suzi Waldron. Kacee follows a long legacy of Morgala Days Royalty including her mom, aunts, and cousins. She expressed a special thank you to her parents, family, and friends for all the support. Kacee also received the Personality and Appearance prize.

24 Jun 2011 (All day)

Barber Brothers Ford, Morgan High School, and members of the local community raised $4070.00 for Morgan High School at a recent test-drive event (part of Ford Motor Company’s Drive One 4 UR School program). For each of the 220+ Morgan-area residents who test-drove a Ford vehicle at Morgan High School May 5th, Barber Brothers Ford and Ford Motor Company donated $20 to fill needs at the high school. 

24 Jun 2011 (All day)

 

The children of Bill and Kathleen are pleased to announce the celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary. They were sealed for eternity in the Salt Lake Temple on June 14th, 1961. Their legacy now includes: ten children, 35 grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. Family and friends of the couple will celebrate this milestone on June 25th at the Rock Church from 3-5 p.m. Those who know and love them are welcome to drop by.

24 Jun 2011 (All day)

 

Elder Chase Richard Peterson son of Richard L. and JaNae Peterson of Morgan, has returned from the Jamaica, Kingston mission.  

24 Jun 2011 (All day)

 

Elder Jeremy Shaw has returned with honor from the Oklahoma Tulsa Mission.  He is the son of Bryan and Deanna Shaw.  He will be speaking in the Milton Ward on Sunday June 26th at 10:50 a.m.

24 Jun 2011 (All day)

Bob and Karel Mae Dickson will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary this month. They were married June 30, 1961 in Morgan Utah.  Both Bob and Karel Mae were born and raised in Morgan. They started their family here then moved in 1970 to Vernal, Utah where they still reside.  

24 Jun 2011 (All day)

Stan and Jacie Woody are excited to announce the marriage of their son, Parker Warner Woody to Kristen Lynn Bikhazi, daughter of Ghassan and Cristi Bikhazi of New Mexico.